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The reception for Britney Spears' new single"Hold It Against Me" has been nothing short of glowing. The die hard fans adore it, the radio stations are all over it, consumers have made it the best-selling single on iTunes and it will almost certainly debut somewhere high in the Hot 100 next week (and considering the overwhelming digital sales, it's possible it could bow at number one). All told, "Hold It Against Me" promises to be one of Spears' biggest singles.
In fact, the 29-year-old superstar has made a habit out of delivering massive lead singles from each of her albums. Her very first was "...Baby One More Time," still perhaps her most iconic hit. When Oops! ... I Did It Again dropped in 2000, it was preceded by the hugely catchy title track. 2001's Britney kicked off with the slinky, sexy "I'm a Slave 4 U," while 2003's In the Zone featured "Me Against the Music" (a duet with Madonna) as its premiere single. After some time off, Spears returned with 2007's Blackout and the punchy, dance-kissed "Gimme More." She stayed on the dance tip for 2008's "Womanizer," which hit as the lead single from Circus. Even the two lead singles she has released from her two best-of compilations —"My Prerogative" and "3" — are strong entries.
But which one reigns supreme over the others? They're all great songs, but we'll let you choose the dominant one. Pick your favorite below and let us know your arguments in the comments!